Preventing Parental Kidnapping After Divorce


July 7 , 2013

Source: pasadenalawoffice.com

Parental kidnapping, while not something most parents will need to worry about after a Pasadena divorce, is still a risk all custodial parents must be aware of.

CHILDREN

The term parental kidnapping is used to mean that a parent who does not have legal custody has taken the child without the permission of the custodial parent. The parent taking the child may leave the state or even the country in order to avoid having the custodial parent make contact.

If your ex threatens to leave with your child, there are several preventative measures you can take. If you are separated, but not yet divorced, a judge can provide you with a temporary order of custody. Without a temporary order of custody, you both have equal rights to the child. Your lawyer can also help you implement protections in your custody order, such as having precise pickup times and requiring regular phone contact during visits.

Keep current photos of your child and your ex on hand to provide to police if needed. It is also a good idea to keep info such as your ex’s Social Security number, driver’s license number, and the make and model of his or her car on hand to provide law enforcement in the event of an abduction.

mother and daughter

Talk to your child’s daycare provider and/or teacher to make sure they know that your ex is not allowed to pick up your child. Schools and child care facilities assume both parents have equal custody rights unless they are told otherwise.

If your child has a passport, place it in a safe deposit box that your ex can not access. If your child does not have a passport, you should have his or her name added to the Children’s Passport Issuance Alert System. This ensures that you will be contacted if someone tries to apply for a passport in your child’s name.

 

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Conduct After Capture ( CAC) Course for Civilians / Companies that Operate in High and Medium Risk Areas


June 8 , 2013

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Kidnapping is the number one form of monetary extortion around the world. It’s used so often by criminals, guerrillas, separatists, rebels, terrorists and drug cartels as a means of funding and intimidation that it’s practically an art form. There are even different regional styles.

For the CAC course (Conduct after Capture) contact ABP World Group. The objective of this course is to better prepare civilians for a kidnap/hostage situation and improve their chances of getting home alive. This course will be held in the south of Spain.

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Al-Qaeda leader urges kidnapping of Westerners

Kidnappers

Kidnapping cases differ in the motivations of the kidnappers, the demands being made for the release of the hostages, and the circumstances where the kidnapping has occurred. Terrorist and criminal groups both use kidnapping as a tactic to achieve their goals.Terrorist groups often target foreigners. In some instances, terrorists have killed their kidnap victims when their demands were not met. Foreign employees, particularly those in the oil and mining sectors, aid and humanitarian workers, journalists, tourists and expatriates are regularly targeted.Terrorists may use local merchants such as tour and transport operators to identify foreign visitors for potential kidnap operations. Hostages may be taken by their captors into a neighbouring country. Humanitarian workers and tourists in Kenya have been kidnapped by militants and held in Somalia.Pirates have kidnapped hundreds of people, usually holding them for ransom. Pirates have attacked all forms of shipping, including commercial vessels, pleasure craft (such as yachts) and luxury cruise liners. For more information you should read the Travelling by sea bulletin.In South America, terrorist groups are known to kidnap for ransom. Colombia has one of the highest rates of kidnappings in the world, often perpetrated by groups such as the FARC and the National Liberation Army (ELN) in rural areas. Foreigners, including children, have been kidnapped and murdered.Cultural festivals are also attractive places for terrorists and criminals to identify and target tourists for kidnapping. These festivals bring people to predictable locations along unsecured routes.

10 Countries Where You’re Most Likely be Kidnapped for Ransom

1. Afghanistan

There’s nothing quite like a war with al Qaeda and the Taliban to put this country at the top of the kidnapping list. Combine that with the fact that much of the landscape is still lawless and no wonder this country reported 950 kidnapping for ransom per year. Now that the war is over, a power vacuum certainly exists and the place is still a haven for terrorists, arguably making it even more dangerous than when American forces first arrived.

2. Somalia

Though piracy has been driven to a three-year low thanks to ships hiring armed security and increased action from the world’s navies, Somalia remains a high risk for kidnapping because of the abject poverty and a government not strong enough to stop crime. At least two people are taken in Somalia every month. Among those taken offshore, there are still more than 200 hostages in the region; just in January, a hostage was killed in a botched rescue attempt by French forces.

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3. Iraq

American combat forces may have left Iraq, but the danger is still ever present. Though no official stats on kidnapping are collected, the country topped this list in 2007 with an estimated 1,500 kidnappings that year. Crisis-management assistance company Red 24 still places the country in the top three because of its combined political, terrorist and criminal groups all carrying out kidnappings for ransom. Not to mention the ever-present threat of civil war, which will only increase the likelihood of kidnappings should violence between Sunni and Shias resume to its 2007 level.

4. Nigeria

This country records more than 1,000 kidnappings for ransom a year. At the time of this writing, seven foreigners have been taken by armed militants from a construction company’s camp after a guard was killed. [Editor’s note: The seven hostages have since been reported as murdered.] Seven hostages makes this the biggest kidnapping yet in a country plagued by Islamic extremist groups. The one responsible for the latest kidnapping is called Ansaru; they are linked to al Qaeda and were allegedly responsible for an attack on Nigerian troops traveling to Mali in 2012.

5. Pakistan

Official American ally Pakistan has been known to harbour terrorists, including Osama Bin Laden, right under the nose of its military. They also harbour hostages—official statistics say there are more than 15,000 kidnappings in Pakistan a year, but the real number could be much higher due to underreporting. Perhaps more troubling is that between 10 and 20 percent of kidnappings are for ransom. Most of the others were killed during rescue and, in the case of Daniel Pearl and others, beheaded.

6. Yemen

Last December, when an Austrian man and a Finnish couple were kidnapped in broad daylight on one of the safest streets in the capital city of Sana’a, it highlighted just how lawless the city has become. Sana’a is normally immune from the tribal instability that affects the rest of the country, but this year kidnappings, car-jackings and general crime is on the rise. In the country overall, more than 200 foreign nationals have been kidnapped over the past 20 years.

7. Venezuela

Venezuela has one of the highest rates of abduction per capita in the world—just asked Wilson Ramos, the Venezuelan-born Washington Nationals catcher was kidnapped in his own country last year before being rescued. There were 1,000 kidnappings in just the first 10 months of 2011. The country puts “Express Kidnappings,” in which a ransom is demanded that an individual or family can easily pay, on the map. Sometimes you’ll hear of “The Millionaire Walk,” in which a traveller is trapped by a cab driver who picks up armed thugs before taking the passenger to a number of ATMs—maxing out their bank account with every stop.

8. Mexico

Thanks mostly to the failed War on Drugs, the Council for Law and Human Rights reports that there are about 72 kidnappings a day in Mexico, which puts the annual kidnap rate at 26,280 for the year. This is in direct contradiction to the statistics reported by the federal police, which put the kidnapping rate at 1,083 between January and September in 2012—a rate of 4.5 kidnappings per day. The council blames the abduction situation on corruption within the federal police. “The big problem we have in Mexico, in terms of security, is precisely the bodies that should provide security to citizens,” Fernando Ruiz , president of the Council for Law and Human Rights, told The Latinos Post.

9. Haiti

Thankfully, kidnappings have gone down in Haiti since their peak between 2004 and 2006, but the director of the Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti reports that they are still “fairly frequent.” The U.S. Bureau of Diplomatic Security agrees, but also says incidents are less predictable and more widespread than they used to be. Montreal’s La Presse suggests that kidnappings have not exploded since the earthquake in 2010, but they do rise during the holiday season, thanks to the belief that families have more cash on-hand during that time to pay for gifts and school tuition.

10. Colombia

Incidents have dropped over the past 10 years, but kidnapping still remains an ever-present threat in Colombia. The country still has one of the highest numbers of kidnap victims in the world; in the last few years, kidnappings have started to rise again from the all-time low of 172 in 2009 to 258 in 2011. The rise has been attributed to kidnappings carried out by drug cartels such as Los Rastrojos, but guerilla groups like the FARC AND ELN still play a prominent role.

 Other known risk areas:

Alergia, Libya, Morocco, Jordan, Philippines, Lebanon, Syria, Brazil, Indonesia, Malaysia, South Africa.

The Risk is eminent in the middle east and many of the South and Central American countries, Africa and in some parts of Asia

For the CAC course (Conduct after Capture) contact ABP World Group. The objective of this course is to better prepare civilians for a kidnap/hostage situation and improve their chances of getting home alive. 

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Fugitive Wanted For International Parental Kidnapping


July 19, 2012

Source: alexandrianews.org

The Federal Bureau of Investigation announced today the addition of Faical Ben Abdallah Chebbi, to the “Washington Field Office’s Wanted Fugitives” list. Chebbi, a former resident of Prince George’s County, Md., is a dual citizen of the U.S. and Tunisia and is wanted for international parental kidnapping.

On October 26, 2011, following his divorce proceedings, Chebbi, 40, was awarded visitation rights with his two children, Zainab, 3, and Eslam, 6. On November 11, 2011, Chebbi obtained his children from their maternal grandparents’ residence in Prince George’s County, Md. The children were supposed to be returned on November 13, 2011; however, on November 11, 2011, Chebbi and the children flew from Dulles International Airport in Chantilly, Va., to Germany, and continued to Tunis, Tunisia. On November 12, 2011, Chebbi contacted the children’s mother who resides in Fairfax County, Va., and informed her that he and the children were in Tunisia and would not return to the U.S.

 Zainab Chebbi

Eslam Chebbi

On November 17, 2011, the Circuit Court for Prince George’s County, Maryland, issued an order for Chebbi to return the children. On December 19, 2011, the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia issued a federal warrant for Chebbi’s arrest for removing the children from the U.S. and retaining them outside the U.S. with the intent to obstruct the lawful exercise of parental rights.

Chebbi is 6’6” (198 cm) and weighs approximately 200 pounds (91 kg) with black hair, brown eyes and a medium complexion. Chebbi’s daughter, Zainab, has brown hair and brown eyes and has a mole on her right hip. Eslam, Chebbi’s son, has black hair and brown eyes. Both children speak English and are believed to be with Chebbi in Tunisia.

Chebbi speaks fluent Arabic, English and French and is likely to visit Algeria, Libya, Egypt and France. He may use an alias when crossing borders. While residing in the Washington, D.C. area, Chebbi was a limousine driver for several companies and operated his own limousine business called Airport Access. Chebbi is believed to continue to operate a self-employed business in Tunis, Tunisia, under the name Westwind Limousine.

The FBI investigates violations of the International Parental Kidnapping Crime Act (IPKCA) of 1993 which states that a criminal arrest warrant can be issued for a parent who takes a juvenile under 16 outside of the U.S. without the other custodial parent’s permission. The FBI works these cases in partnership with international authorities through the U.S. Department of State, Interpol and FBI Legal Attaché offices.

Individuals with information concerning Faical Chebbi, or his children, call 1-800-CALL-FBI or the nearest American Embassy or Consulate. Additional information regarding Faical Chebbi, including his wanted poster, is available on the FBI Washington Field Office’s website at http://www.fbi.gov/wanted/parent/faical-chebbi.

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Midt-Østen: Sjansen for å få tilbake ungen sin ved bruk av rettslige prosesser er lik null


Kilde: Nettavisen.no

Norsk seksåring er bortført til Libya. Politiet står på bar bakke og har ikke klart å oppnå kontakt med barnets far.

Nettavisen skrev 23. desember omKristel Jektvik (42) som frykter at sønnen (6) er bortført av sin far.

– Han skulle i utgangspunktet blitt overlevert til meg 19. desember, men dukket aldri opp. Avtalen var at sønnen vår skulle feire jul med meg og nyttårsaften med faren sin. Nå tyder mye på at han har bortført barnet vårt til utlandet, sa hun til Nettavisen.

Barnefaren er siktet for overtredelse av straffelovens paragraf 216, for å holde en umyndig person borte fra sin omsorgsperson.

– Vi har fortsatt ikke vært i kontakt med far, men sitter med informasjon som tilsier at han er i Libya, sier politiadvokat Siv Remen.

Oppholder seg i Libya
Politiet har tidligere bekreftet at de via elektroniske spor har avslørt at barnefaren befinner seg i utlandet, men har vært usikre på hvilket land det er snakk om.

Torsdag 5. januar bekrefter politiadvokat Siv Remen i Midtre Hålogaland politidistrikt overfor Nettavisen at barnefaren (28) befinner seg i Libya.

– Status er at barnet er borte. Vi har fortsatt ikke vært i kontakt med far, men sitter med informasjon som tilsier at han er i Libya. Kripos og Interpol er koblet inn, sier hun til Nettavisen.

Remen forteller at de har løpende kontakt med moren, via hennes advokat.

– Vi forsøker å komme i kontakt med faren og vil i tiden fremover prøve å avklare nærmere oppholdssted og lokalisere barnet. Vi har foreløpig fått inn få tips i saken og ønsker at personer som sitter med opplysninger kontakter politiet, sier hun.

Avhengig av medisin
Kristel Jektvik forteller at de tre siste ukene har vært svært tunge.

– Jeg vet at sønnen min er i Libya, men ikke hvor i landet han befinner seg. Situasjonen tærer på kroppen, men jeg forsøker å være sterk. Det som bekymrer meg mest er at han trenger reseptbelagt medisin for at kroppen skal fungere som normalt, sier hun.

Jektvik håper at barnefaren i beste fall har stukket av gårde med sønnen på en ulovlig ferie. Likevel tror hun realiteten fortoner seg annerledes.

– Han har ved tidligere anledninger truet med å forlate landet sammen med sønnen vår. Nå kan jeg ikke gjøre annet enn å ta en dag av gangen og be for at politiet klarer å løse saken. Jeg gråter hver dag, tenner lys og ber for at han er trygg, sier hun.

– Dårlige odds
Martin Waage, sjef i sikkerhetsselskapet ABP World Group, forteller de fleste barnebortføringer fra Norge til utlandet utføres av mødre. Likevel; i saker der fedre bortfører barnet sitt er land fra den arabiske verden og Nord-Afrika overrepresentert.

– Etter regimeskiftene i den arabiske verden opplever vi en økende frykt blant mødre som er gift med menn fra disse områdene. Vil vil komme til å se en økning med langt flere barnebortføringer til disse landene, sier han.

Waage mener vanskelighetsgraden for å få ut et bortført barn ved bruk av rettslige prosesser i disse landene er ekstremt høy.

– Disse landene er ikke medlemmer av Haagkonvensjonen, så det er ikke snakk om en rettsmessig tilbakeføring. Sjansen for å få tilbake ungen sin ved bruk av rettslige prosesser er lik null. Rettsprosessene i disse landene fører aldri fram, sier han.

Waage anbefaler foreldre som frykter at deres barn står i fare for å bli bortført å sikre dem.

– Det går an å montere trackere eller GPS-sporere som kan festes i skolesekken eller kosebamsen, sier han.

Martin Waage i sikkerhetsselskapet ABP World Group, anbefaler foreldre som frykter at deres barn står i fare å sikre barna sine.
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935% rise in child kidnapping / Abductions in 15 years


Source: TheSundayGuardian

While there is much hoopla about increasing crime rate in general, a report by a Delhi-based NGO, published last week reveals that kidnapping and abduction of children have increased by 935% in the last 15 years.

According to Twenty Years of CRC: A Balance Sheet, a study by HAQ: Centre for Child Rights that analysed the 2009 report by the National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB), the number of reported cases on kidnapping of children in India increased from 894 in 1994 to 8,945 in 2009. These numbers are even more disturbing when you consider that NCRB takes only the First Information Report (FIR) and not the Daily Dairy (DD) entries.

So is there an increase in the actual crime rate? Or is it that more people are reporting them now? A bit of both, but the latter is more likely, says Amod Kanth, chairman of the Delhi Commission for Protection of Child Rights. “In the 1990s, other than murders, not many reported a missing child. So, if a kid was kidnapped, unless he/she is from an affluent or rich family and the case got media attention, it was never reported. That’s why most cases end up as DD entries,” he explains.

“In 2008-2009, for instance, the NCRB reported that 2,982 kids went missing in Delhi, out of which 368 were found. In about a few months, due to my commission’s insistence, an investigation was conducted in each missing case and we recovered 1,700 kids. Many of those cases were converted from a missing report to kidnapping. The courts (HC and SC) insist that missing cases have to be registered as kidnapping but it is done only if the family or parents of the child raise the issue,” he adds.

There is also another problem. Policemen are often accused of being lackadaisical in their preliminary investigation of DD entries. “An FIR is filed only after the police verify the facts of the DD entry. Most of the time, they do a hotch-potch job and close the case saying they didn’t find any credible evidence to pursue it,” says Bharti Ali, co-director of the Delhi-based NGO.

Kanth concurs and adds that registration creates accountability. “Senior policemen rarely sidestep child kidnapping cases. If there is a lapse, it is only because the system is obsessed with curbing crime through numbers,” he retorts. “If a senior officer files an FIR, it adds a number to the crime rate and that’s never a good sign. When number of crimes has increased, the legal system, senior bureaucrats that policemen report to and even the media hype the numbers, without understanding how the system works. Finally, the law enforcement agencies look like culprits.”

Ali also blames the infighting between courts and commission. “They argue about who is in-charge of the case and hardly interact. For instance, when the government locates child labourers, they’re sent home without producing them to the Child Welfare Committee. How can we track them?”

Moreover, when children from rich or affluent families are kidnapped, often the accused is known to the family. “If there’s demand for money, most families pay the ransom and don’t report the case. Their only concern is safety of the child, which is understandable but on the downside, the criminals remain unidentified,” adds Ali.

Poor kids are kidnapped often for trafficking, labour, marriage, begging, slavery, prostitution, etc. “I guarantee that out of the 8,945 cases in the report, at least three-fourth hail from the poorer sections of the society. Considering how time-consuming and expensive the legal system is, it’s hardly surprising that poor families rarely report a missing child,” she avers.

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– Levér ungen min tilbake i god behold! – Barn Bortført Fra Norge


Kilde: Nettavisen – Henrik Arneberg

Kristel Jektvik (42) frykter at sønnen hennes er bortført. Politiet mistenker at faren kan ha dratt til Libya.

En far (28) er siktet for barnebortføring etter at han ikke, som avtalt, overleverte sønnen til barnets mor, Kristel Jektvik, 19. desember. Politiet har foreløpig ikke klart å komme i kontakt med faren.

Nå frykter moren at sønnen kan ha blitt bortført i Libya.

– Han skulle i utgangspunktet blitt overlevert til meg 19. desember, men dukket aldri opp. Avtalen var at sønnen min skulle feire jul med meg og nyttårsaften med faren sin. Nå tyder mye på at han har bortført sønnen min til utlandet, sier Kristel Jektvik til Nettavisen.

Vet du noe om denne saken?Tips Nettavisens journalist her

Etterlyst via Interpol
Politiet ble varslet om den potensielle barnebortføringen 20. desember.

– Vi fikk beskjed om et savnet barn og iverksatte umiddelbart en undersøkelsessak. Via elektroniske spor, som bankkort og mobiltelefon, avslørte vi at mannen var reist ut av landet, sier politiadvokat Torgeir Kvitvik til Nettavisen.

Han forteller at barnefaren nå er siktet for overtredelse av straffelovensparagraf 216, å holde en umyndig borte fra sin omsorgsperson.

Ifølge Kvitvik er faren etterlyst via Interpol. I tillegger er Kripos og Utenriksdepartementet koblet inn.

– Vi jobber nå med å undersøke spor som han kan ha lagt igjen. I tillegg er vi i kontakt med personer som kan vite noe hvilke planer han hadde. I og med at barnefaren opprinnelig er fra Libya, mistenker vi at han kan ha dratt hit. Det har også vært snakk om Tyrkia og Tyskland, sier han.

– Vi fikk beskjed om et savnet barn og iverksatte umiddelbart en undersøkelsessak. Via elektroniske spor, som bankkort og mobiltelefon, avslørte vi at mannen var reist ut av landet, sier politiadvokat Torgeir Kvitvik.

– En tung jul

Ifølge Kristel Jektvik har barnefaren ved tidligere anledninger truet med å forlate landet sammen med sin sønn.

– Forholdet er selvfølgelig anmeldt og jeg kommer til å gjøre alt som er mulig for å få han tilbake. Dette er bare ufattelig trist og tragisk, men jeg prøver å være sterk for mitt barns skyld, sier hun.

Ifølge Jektvik har faren solgt bilen sin, noe hun tror kan ha blitt gjort for å finansiere flybilletter.

– Det er helt grusomt å ikke vite hvor sønnen min er. Det eneste jeg ønsker er at han skal levere ungen min tilbake i god behold, sier hun.

Dobbelt så mange barnebortføringer
Ifølge Martin Waage, sjef i sikkerhetsselskapet ABP World Group er julen høytid for barnebortføringer.

Dette ser ut som en typisk barnebortføringssak, der en av foreldrene etter endt samvær med barnet, velger å stikke av, sier han.

Waage forteller at antall barnebortføringssaker fordoblet seg fra 2009 – 2010. Han tror 2011-tallene vil bli enda høyere.

Etter alle ferier er det som regel en oppgang i slike saker. I mange av tilfellene er dette foreldre som nekter å gi fra seg barn etter endt samvær. Mange velger ta med seg barna ut av landet, sier han.

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Gaddafi Killed in Sirte, Libya


Source: The Guardian

• Libyan PM confirms death of former dictator
• Pictures and video show body in the streets
• Final pro-Gaddafi stronghold Sirte falls to NTC

Associated Press reports that bodies of “suspected Gaddafi loyalists” could be seen lying outside storm drains where Gaddafi was reportedly found hiding in Sirte. “The concrete walls of the drains are spray-painted with graffiti and the earth around them is dry,” AP’s reporter writes.

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Explosion outside the Prime Ministers Office in Oslo – Norway


The attack left several people injured but the prime minister was reported to be safe [Photo by Geir-Olav Goksøyr]

An explosion has blown out most windows of a government building housing the prime minister’s office and left several people injured, news agencies say.

Friday’s blast blew out most windows on the 17-storey building housing Jens Stoltenberg’s office, as well as nearby ministries, including the oil ministry, which was on fire.

Camilla Ryste, a government spokeswoman, told the Associated Press news agency Stoltenberg was safe.

A Reuters correspondent, Walter Gibbs, said he counted at least eight injured people. The cause of the blast was unknown but the tangled wreckage of a car was outside one building.

And an Associated Press reporter said newspaper offices in the area were also damaged and smoke could be seen drifting in the streets.

The reporter said he saw a young man with a bleeding leg being helped away from the area. It was not immediately clear whether there were other injuries.

Kristina Overn, a Norwegian journalist, said people were surprised that Norway had been targeted.

“People are really surprised. I am very surprised. People are shocked that this could happen in Oslo,” she told Al Jazeera.

“People are quite calm, they are not running around or anything. But people are quite shocked. I think most Norwegians consider themselves to be outside of incidents like this.”

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Norge må evakurere norske statsborgere


Massiv evakuering fra Libya

Regjeringer i hele verden sender ferjer og fly for å evakuere utlendinger fra Libya, der Gaddafi forbereder seg på å knuse oppstanden.

Komplisert

Kina har chartret fire svære, greske ferjer som skal hente ut de første 15.000 av 33.000 kinesere i Libya, mens EU forbereder masseevakuering av 10.000 EU-borgere og Tyrkia iverksetter evakuering av 25.000 tyrkere.

Det er særlig store asiatiske land som Bangladesh, India og Filippinene som står overfor en stor og komplisert operasjon for å hente ut flere hundre tusen gjestearbeidere som sitter fanget i det voldsherjede landet.

En flyger på et maltesisk fly som var sendt for å hente maltesere, forteller om kaos og slåssing på flyplassen i Tripoli for å komme med fly ut av landet.

Norge bør nå snarest reagere, og få hentet ut Norske statsborgere som oppholder seg i Libya.

Published by: ABP World Group Ltd.  Security services.

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ABP World Group International Child Recovery Service


ABP World Group International Child Recovery Service

The goal of Abp World Group international child recovery services is to locate, negotiate and recover your missing child.
We can dispatch personnel to most locations in the world; we specialize in locating missing children up to ages 18.

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Areas of expertise: Parental abduction, Missing children, Kidnappings,
Runaway children and Counselling.

Unfortunately in this day and time parental kidnapping happens and we are here to help you trough this difficult period.
We are aware parental child abduction can be difficult to resolve, but we use professional operatives with the skills and expertise to help find a resolution.

One key to Abp World Group`s successful recovery and re-unification of your loved one is to use all necessary means available including:

Intelligence Gathering
Information Specialists/Skip Tracing
Evidence Procurement
Interview/Evaluation
Surveillance Special Ops
Non-Combatant Evacuation Ops
Domestic Support
International Operations
Maritime/Land/Air transport

– We collaborate with The Missing Children Network in Sweden, Bortfort.no and ERG in Norway and many other org.

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We understand that your case investigation needs to be tailored to your pacific circumstances and must be changing as the mission evolves.

ABP World Group is a complete Security service.
Our experience and training gives our organization the capability to operate and assist our clients whenever and wherever they need us. We are able to assist our clients anywhere in the world within 24 hours.

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